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on this item, please come up. two minutes, please. >> good afternoon, supervisors. my name is steve, with tndc. we elected support steve, brad, and mara for their respective seats on the advisory committee. they bring a lot of skill sets that we feel will help round out the committee in quite a good balance with residence, with the resident seats as well. so thank you, again, for hearing this issue of the cac, and we hope we can move forward in a productive way on the midmarket issue. thank you. supervisor kim: thank you. >> good afternoon. my name is angelica. we're here to support eva, ste ven, arad, mara, jesus, and linda. we feel these individuals will truly represent the neighborhood and the surrounding neighborhoods. we hope you'll consider the application. thank you. supervisor kim: thank you. >> good afternoon. i am here to support eva, brad, and jesus. please consider their application for cac. thank you. >> good afternoon. my name is lorenzo. i am here to support my friends. i know them. eva, jesus, and linda. a believe their good candidates for the cac. thank you so much. supervisor
and what is the same. wall street journal and editor. dan, and columnist mary ogradey and steve moore. mary annie, are we headed for another recession? >> i wish i knew. on the one side, you have a lot of talk about what glate shape corporate balance sheets are in. but the national fed federation of business. >> that is the small businesses. >> it declined for the fifth month in a row and 10 percent of the small business owners said that only 10 percent expected an increase in employment and 11 percent said they expected to have fewer workers over the next 3months. small business is such a key to the health of the economy that if the small business sector is so negative, it is not a good sign about the health of the recovery. >> steve comparison with 2008, are all over the place. are we better or worse off going into thoo recession? >> i don't think it is 2008 again. i believe what is happening with the u.s. economy is a repudiation of obama nomics. virtually everything that obama has done with the respect to the economy is negative in my opinion and led to more unemployment. this is a repu
of the house of delegates of the american bar association, where it first met steve. this is a series of programs underwritten by the charles gesky family, which examines the constitution in the 21st century. this examines the balance between safety, security, and public order, and the protection of civil liberties and the integrity of the constitution on the other. tonight program will focus on threats to our american justice system caused by under-funding and indecisiveness. i would like to mention that the question answer portion of the program will be moderated by a professor geoffrey hazard, a distinguished professor of law at uc hastings. the professor is a leading expert in the field of civil procedure of legal ethics and is good at asking questions. it is my pleasure to introduce our very special guest, stephen zack, president of the american bar association. with nearly 400,000 members, it is the largest volunteer professional membership organization in the world. mr. zack is the first hispanic american to serve as the president and the second to be born abroad. he was only 1
and steve hayes from the weekly standard. let me take you behind the scenes. we had to pretape that interview with michelle bachmann and while it was running we found out big new campaign and that is tim pawlenty former governor of minnesota and a serious contender has decided to drop out of the campaign. he pent more than 45 days in iowa and hundred campaign appearances and finished a weak third in the iowa straw poll and in lesss than 12 hours he's out. bret, are you surprised? >> no, they put their eggs in the ames straw poll basket. because of apes, there was not enough fuel in the car to keep going down the road. i saw governor pawlenty huddled with his advisors. it was not a happy moment for them. i didn't want to go up and interrupt and ask them questions, but they came to the conclusion they couldn't go back to donors and say this is a reality. after that showing and he got fewer votes than sam brown bag now kansas governor did when he dropped out four and half years ago. it was a tough day for governor pawlenty. >> chairman strawn, pawlenty, we thought he had the big b
congressman steve king, and analysis of neal king of the wall street journal. >>> good morning -- >> once again, former governor, tim pawlenty, is pulling out of the race. he will no longer be a republican candidate for president. this after placing third in the iowa poll yesterday. we want to bring in our peter hamby, a political correspondent for us. what led to this? was it third place? >> absolutely a third place finish. his staff privately in the weeks running up to the straw poll knew they needed a first or strong second place finish to prove to the donors and supporters that their campaign was not stalled, and he was myered in single digits. late last night pawlenty organized a conference call with supporters, and staff, and that call happened this morning and i am told by a source on the call, he will later today announce the end of his campaign, and he told his staff, quote, we needed a boost from aims that did not happen." that's the word this morning, and unfortunately pawlenty was not able to gain traction in iowa. he joined the race 150 days ago and michele bachmann jumped in
at booktv. steve early examines the current organizing strategies and structures of many labor unions in the united states. he also reports on internal conflicts of 2008-2010 that according to the author hurt union reputations and angered supporters. this is about an hour and 20 minutes. >> i want to thank everybody for coming out here tonight. i want to thank the bus boys teen. and it is great teen. in which tonight includes christine taylor from booktv and c-span. i want to thank her for doing the video were. it's going to make the proceedings a little more formal than when we're at the 14th and did an open number with a microphone floating around and many of question period. going to talk about 50 men so they get something, and then we will have to do the questions union convention style. you'll have to line up at the mic back and you're not going to get a chance to speak unless you see the green light go on. i have my figure -- finger on that control. but i hope that when we get to the question period, it will be lively. i know it will be. this to labor series that busboys and poe
a familiar face the co-founder of apple steve wosniak because was in the crowd here, and they plan on 60,000 per day with more than half of the people coming from out of town. >> yeah, it is a blast. the people watching is great, and the shows have been great. yeah, it is -- it is pretty cool to see all of the folks in one place for one reason, and yeah, it has been a great time. >> reporter: and event planners also say it has been a calm time here and no arrests and no problems, but diane, as you mentioned earlier, if you don't have to come to the golden gate park areaer for the concert, try to avoid it, because parking is very, very limited right now. >> all right. fair enough. thank you, elise. >>> still ahead at 6:00, an update on to keep tahoe blue campaign and after years of improving the clarity of the lake, something changed recently, and we will show you. >>> and the tweet that tied up phone lines at a california sheriff's department for hours. sgloot and a quick tour around the bay area here. 75 in san jose and 65 in oakland and a good strong sea breeze blowing into san francis
political primary season but congresswoman michele bachmann won in iowa today in the straw poll. nbc's steve handelsman has the latest from ames. >> reporter: michele bachmann celebrated her iowa win. 29% of the vote in the field of nine. >> you have just sent a message that barack obama will be a one-term president. >> reporter: iowa republicans gathered in ames, ate the candidate's food and voted in the straw poll for their favorite. >> who did you vote for? >> guess who. michele. >> reporter: libertarian ron paul ran a strong second with 28%. tim pawlenty a weak third with 13%. rick santorum, fourth, 10%. mitt romney only dime iowa twice since may. he won just 3% of the vote. texas governor rick perry got 4%. all write-ins. perry in south carolina today stole some thunder from iowa with this. >> i declare to you today as a candidate for president of the united states. >> reporter: a new republican contender and a new republican winner. >> this was a wonderful down payment on taking the country back. >> we still have a very long way to go. there is a potential that michele bachmann will be
on the campus of iowa state university. coming up. steve king who has been a part of a few straww poles himself. how do you do it and stay with us. ♪ >> mike: we are back. congressman teave king is not only a congressman from iowa he is a rock star in this state and a go to guy. people want your advice and every candidate wants your endorsement . have you endorsed anyone in the race? >> i am going to get past labor day and we have an event in south carolina. this certainly has impact today. >> mike: you have been in iowa all of your life and seen straw polls. why should someone living outside of iowa care. >> it is linked to the first nation caucus. you know mike, it is retail politics and a measure of a person's character and authtesity and the issues in the agenda and stamina and all things that embody a great president. if we lose the first in the nation caucus. the person with deep pockets would buy media image and we would not be able to see them unless they had a lot of money. >> mike: chip is the campaign manager from my campaign and i know him. >> we didn't win, governor. >> mike: we
. we appreciate it. we're always in your debt for being such a good friend to charles and steve i have worked at "the washington post" in npr and on the helper growth and i am truly grateful to have you as my colleague. thank you very much. [applause] i also want to say thank you to ed rogers, shannon and show then and hugo gordon on the hill. touching on this briefly, there was a moment when i thought my career was over. year with a good career that took many years to build was going down the tubes fast. now people thought you were going to a book signing but you are here for a celebration. i don't know if they have that on the survivor tv show with this is what it feels like. [laughter] i have my head above the waves and i am standing. you cannot get to that point* without people who care about your love you for people who tell you who -- how you are wrong. so many tonight are zealous people especially those who are a professional journalist how things go up and down. you never know. tonight, and this is a celebration for me in for love. [applause] you were the best new stood by me.
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and herman cain. then the view from an influential iowa conservative, congressman steve king, and analysis with philip rucker of "the washington post" and neil king of "the wall street journal." i'm candy crowley in ames, iowa, and this is "state of the union." the big story this morning, former minnesota governor tim pawlenty drops out from his presidential bid. he told his staff on a conference call and then spoke on abc's "this week." >> it's been a great honor for mary and me and our team to convey the message of trying to get this country back on track, and i think it is off track, but bringing my record forward as a two-term governor of a blue state, doing things like getting government spending under control, doing health care reform the right way and much more. obviously that message didn't get the kind of traction or lift we needed or hoped for coming out of the ames straw poll. we needed to get some lift and continue on and have a pathway forward. that didn't happen, so i'm announcing this morning on your show that i'm going to be ending my campaign for president. but i'm very, v
the straw poll. steve brown is in ames, iowa with more on this, steve. >> yes, good morning, juliet, clayton and mike. over 16,000 folks came here, a pretty good turnout for the straw poll and there she is, michele bachmann on top of the his. how close ron paul got with far less buzz and far less participation here in iowa, directly himself. but, michele bachmann is the story, quite clearly coming out of the straw poll. she's the winner and not been in the campaign the longest and gotten it done through a lot of help here on the ground from iowans and last night after her victory, she wanted to thank her supporters. >> we love you. >> thank you, everyone. we love you, god bless you. god bless america. now it's on to all 50 states, god bless you everyone. >> now, if you're looking for a second tri story perhaps it belongs to rick santorum, a guy in the low single digit polls here in iowa and nationally and popped up to fourth, a really impressive showing given he has a little campaign money, but instead of money he invested the other valuable thing that he has, which is time. doing over 90 ca
. we have the latest now from steve hamilton in ames, iowa. >> michele bachmann celebrated her i will win. 29% of the vote in a field of nine. >> you have just sent a message to barack obama that he will be a one-term president. >> iowa republicans voted in the straw poll for their favorite. >> who did you vote for? >> michele. >> libertarian ron paul ran a close second with 28%. rick santorum was fourth with 10%. mitt romney only came to iowa twice since may. he won just 3% of the vote. texas governor, rick perry, got 4% -- all right in. perry in south carolina today stole some thunder from ottawa with this. >> i declare to you today as a candidate for president of the united states. >> a new republican contender and a new republican winner. >> this is a wonderful downpayment on taking the country back. >> we still have a very long way to go. michele bachmann is the front runner in iowa. you will have a mitt romney at the front runner in new hampshire. maybe rick perry is the front runner in south carolina. it will be a long campaign season. >> fresh -- it is less than a month u
of "special report." matt strann, chairman of the iowa republican party and steve hayes from the weekly standard. let me take you behind the scenes a little bit. we had to pretape the interview with michele bachmann about an hour ago and while it was running we found out some big news in this campaign and that is that tim pawlenty, the former governor of minnesota a guy who was a serious contender when the race started has decided to drop out of the campaign. he spent more than 4 45 days in iowa. more than 100 campaign appearances. finished a weak third in the iowa straw poll and within 12 hours he is out. bret, surprised? >> no, they put a lot of their eggs in the ames straw poll basket and this morning i'm told he said that because of ames there was not enough fuel in the car to keep going down the road. i saw governor pawlenty at the hotel this morning huddled with his advisors. it was a not a happy moment for them. i didn't want to go up and interrupt and ask questions. but i think they came to the conclusion that they couldn't go back to their donors and say this is a reality. afte
was steve forbes and in 1995, the winner was bob dole. a look at the campaign calendar -- the announcement of governor perry officially in the race and next up is the florida republican holding a debate in a straw poll that will take place in late september, 22-24. the iowa caucus is set for september 26 next year and that will be followed by the new hampshire primary on valentine's day. julie, republican line, lake erie, illinois, go ahead. caller: i would like to know why cspan missed the first three people yesterday. they totally mr. ron paul as being second. there was so much enthusiasm in iowa for ron paul. we need to get out of this war kand bring our money home to the united states and take care of our debts here. host: he was listed as a close second to rep michelle bachmann. the minnesota republican got 4823 votes. brownstone, mich., welcome to the conversation. caller: i have two little comments to make. everybody is talking about health care and we will get health care and we have to pay for health care. i want somebody to think about something -- i am social security disabled a
a couple of old timers. steve stricker. all with a chance to win their first major. >> when you talk about guys like tiger and phil and harrington, guys that have won majors and multiple times i'm sure they have got an advantage over a guy like me. but, you know, i'm just going to try to hit every shot as well as i can and whatever it adds up to, if it is the best score of the week then i will be happy. >> i probably have no idea what's going on. i'm just going to -- almost every week out here i kind of have to pinch myself. it is a life long goal of mine to be out here. and i hope i can still not understand what's going on tomorrow for sure. >> yes, really. keep it that way. don't forget to tune in tomorrow to the barricuda post game show following round 4. all of the highlights and reaction from the year's final majors. let's hope brandon belt has a good frequent flier plan. once again the giants have recalled belt up from fresno. andres torres placed on the d.l. list. >>> kicking back and relaxing with tim lincecum on the mounds. top of the first jeff keppinger hits his first homer as
and steve vicar on their tails. should be a great sunday final round. >> a's hosting the rangers. cahill had it going today. beautiful day in oakland. looks like the band is back together. cahill had a no-hitter going but loses the shutout. 1 or rangers. the seven, now 2-0. a's get one back. dejesus goes the iowa towards josh willingham. a's down 2-1 that's as close as the get. rangers break it up with three in the eighth. texas takes their second straight from the a's. >> giants in florida, trying to find some offense. kym tim lincecum dealing. struck out five of his first seven. eight tota. only a hit so far. when he wasn't get them out, his defense was. row waned, a great stab in the third. keppinger, doing it with his bat and glove. bolt -- bottom five. walk aubrey huff. off his bat. slides, fumbles i., ross scores. the giants lead 3-0 in the eighthment highlights at 11:00. >>> 49 critics are out in force especially when it comes to alex smith, but when your offense gives you no time, not many quarterbacks are going to look good, except maybe rookie colin kaepernick. he can run. taking o
not contesting the iowa straw poll. from ames, iowa, steve handelsman, nbc bay area news. diane, back to you. >>> and just for a little bit of perspective since its founding, the winner of the ames straw poll has gone on to win the republican presidential nomination two of the five times. >>> police in pakistan are searching for a 60-year-old american man who was kidnapped out of his home in eastern pakistan early this morning. and nbc's jay gray has the latest on that. >> reporter: the state department now confirms the kidnapped american is warren weinstein. reports indicate he's been working for several years in pakistan as the country director for development contractor j.e. austin associates. according to the company's website, he holds a ph.d. in economics, is fluent in six languages and worked in the field of international development for 25 years. pakistani police say the attack was carried out by as many as ten gunmen at 3:30 in the morning. they persuaded squurt guards by opening up the debates gates saying they wanted to share some food. once inside they overpowered the guards and
's go, we've got to that the commercial. my commercial is always in my view. all right, steve, lightning round, juan williams. >> unlike charles i will be fairly short. in that sense of the a lot like the panel. i also want to take just a second to congratulate juan for this book. it's an tremendous a competent. everyone knows the story behind what is happening here that unfolds in this narrative, and truly an exceptional story. and again, just underscore, having spent time, i think what about a three-hour dinner up in new york city as it was unfolding. it's i think easy for us and think of it as a story. but at the time it was a truly difficult thing for juan to go through. and do the job he does so well, i think
to be doing next. tradition would suggest it is not likely at this point in time. >> steve brown, live from iowa, thank you. >>> chris wallace had a one-on-one sit-down with michelle bachmann. hear her plans for reaching the white house and what he thinks about governor perry. stay tuned to fox news channel 2 p.m. eastern to see the entire interview. >>> >> that was government now pawlenty. he's out. perry is officially in for the race for the white house. as iowa voters cast ballots yesterday perry stole a bit of the spotlight by announcing 1200 miles away in south carolina. jonathan serrie was there for the big announcement. >>> it is time to get america working again. that's why with the support of my family and unwavering belief in the goodness of america, i declare to you today as candidate for president of the united states. >> reporter: after serving 11 years as governor of texas, rick perry has his eyes set on the biggest office in the land. he made it known at the red state gathering in charleston, south carolina. >> we do not have to accept our current circumstances. we will chang
a pga evegetable keegan bradley, one stroke back, and scott very plank and steve stricker on their tails. sunday should be a good one. >> we'll take our final time-out before we visit our local nfl training camp. raiders back in napa today after their loss to arizona this night. coach jackson has a reason for their bland performance on -dad, why e you getting that? -that's my cereal. is there a prize in there? oh, there's prize, all right. is it a robot? no. is it a jet plane? nope. is it a dinosaur? [ laughs ] [ male announcer ] inside every box of heart healthy cheerios are the great tasting little o's made from carefully selected oats that can help lower cholesterol. stickers? uh-uh. a perhero? ♪ kinda. [ male announcer ] and we think that's the best prize of all. ♪ >> mike: the raiders were a lot further along than the 49ers. part of the reason, a little more familiarheart with their coaches, offense, and defense, hue jackson took here as head coach so the players have a feel what he want. the teams don't want to show too much in the preseason, and the raiders did just that again
into the final round. so it is the three young guys, steele duffner and bradley plus a couple of old guys. steve stricker. all with a chance to win their first major. >>> don't forget -- >> guys like tiger and phil, harrington. guys that have won majors and multiple times. i'm sure they have got an advantage over a guy like me. but i'm just going to try to hit every shot as well as i can and whatever it adds up to. if it is the best score of the week then i'll be happy. >> i probably have no idea what's going on. i am just kind of -- almost every week out here i kind of have to pinch myself. a life long goal of mine to be out here. i hope i can still not understand what's going on tomorrow for sure. >> and tune in tomorrow to the barriicda. >> andres torres on the dl with a bruised chin. >>> 25,000 reported crowd at the coliseum today. trevor cahill took a no hitter into the 6th inning then the rangers finally got to him. ian kinsler hit an r.b.i. double to give texas a 1-0 lead. now, 2-0 in the 7th. lining one down the left field line. that one looked good. josh willingham came around to score
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that and some of his policy out looks. we will talk to steve king, who is an influential tea party congressman from iowa and get his take on what happened. i will talk to a couple colleagues and the wall street post. >> it was all about iowa, and so many eyes and cameras were on texas, and governor rick perry. he played this thing pretty brilliantly. >> sure. i mean, one of the oldest tricks in the political campaign book is if you can't make a headline yourself that day, get in on somebody else's headline, or their dateline. and that's exactly what rick perry did. this was not, you know, a long plan and then suddenly they looked and said that's the same day as the straw poll. the question is, did that hurt him here in iowa, and steve king will say that does hurt him, and people think he tried to take a limelight away, which he did. there's a long time between now and the iowa caucuses. i don't think it hurts him in the long run, but maybe in the short run people are grumble about it, and he saw the advantage and he took it. >> we're looking forward to seeing you in 14 minutes, "state of the u
is dropping out of the race. our steve brown is live in ames, iowa with the latest, steve? there was some telegraphing of this move yesterday that pawlenty would be getting on a conference call this morning. he made it official on broadcast television today. abc' this week pawlenty announced he was leaving the race and then explained why. have a listen. >> there is a lot of factors that go into a campaign. some success raising money. we needed to continue that ames was a benchmark for that we didn't do well in ames we weren't going to have the fuel to keep the car going down the road but also, there is a lot of other choices in the race. for me what i brought forward i thought was a rational, established, credible, strong record of results based on governing two term governor of a state. i think the audience, so to speak, was looking for something different. >> getting back to that benchmark, the straw poll here at the iowa state university campus yesterday, pawlenty did a very respectable 2,000 plus votes out of 16,000 cast. the problem was the two other candidates got better than 4,000
with the tea party. >> we get the latest from reporter steve handelsman in iowa. >> michelle bachmann won the vote. >> you have just sent the message to barack obama! >> iowa republicans gathered in ames and made her the straw favorite. libertarian ron paul ran a strong second. mit romney only came to iowa once since may. perry, in south carolina today, stole some thunder from iowa with this. >> i declare to you today, as a candidate for president of the united states. >> a new republican contender and a new republican winner. >> this was a wonderful downpame on taking the country back. >> we still have a long way to go. >> you will end up having mit romney as the front-runner in south carolina which could spell a long republican campaign season. >> pressure on the national g.o.p. front-runner who is not getting the sunday headlines. >> it is less than a month until romney, perry, and bachmann faceoff in the next debate. nbc news, iowa. >> here in maryland in one month voters will go to the polls to choose the nominee for mayor. a race the incumbent is hoping to win for the first time. de
contributor steve perry is a school principal and in "perry's principles" this week he's discussing whether the s.a.t. favors some students over others and whether there is a good alternative. >> reporter: is the s.a.t. biased? >> in some technical sense it's probably not a biased test. the problems become in how it gets used in the admissions process. >> reporter: fair test is dedicated to ensuring fairness in standardized testing. >> the purpose of the s.a.t., why it got construct second-degree to predict college grades. what happened is kids of color are very often left out. they're going to be predicted to not do well when in fact they could do well. >> reporter: what's your alternative? >> we have a list of colleges for whom the test is optional and what's been found out is that those colleges, they get a more diverse student body. the grade point average stays the same. they graduate at the same rate. >> reporter: the owners of the s.a.t. disagrees. >> fair test is mistaken on this point. that the s.a.t. is absolutely predictive of how well students will do in college. every single qu
over the s.a.t. college example and minorities. cnn education contributor steve perry explains in tonight's "perry's principles." >> is the s.a.t. biassed? >> in some technical sense it is probably not a biased test. the problems become in how it gets used in the admissions process. >> reporter: fair test is dedicated to ensuring fairness in standardized testing. >> the purpose of the s.a.t., whi it g why it got constructed, was to predict college grades. so often kids of color are left out. they're predicted to not do well when in fact they could do well. >> what's your alternative? >> we have a list of colleges for whom the test is optional. what's been found out is that those colleges get a more diverse student body, the grade point average stays the same and they graduate at the same rate. >> reporter: the owners of the s.a.t. disagrees. >> fair test is mistaken on this point that the s.a.t. is absolutely predictive of how well students will do in college. every single question on the s.a.t. is tested with real students from all races and all walks of life to ensure that ev
event. drp jason duffner. three young guys, steele, duffner and bradley. steve stricker. all with a chance to win their very first major. >> when you talk about guys like tiger and phil and harrington. guys that have won jurors and multiple times. you know. i'm sure they have got an advantage over a guy like me. but, you know, i'm just going to try to hit every shot as well as i can and whatever it adds up to, if it is the best score of the week then i will be happy. >> i probably have no idea what's going on. i'm just kind of -- almost every week out here i kind of have to pinch myself. it is a life long goal to be out here and i hope i can still not understand what's going on tomorrow for sure. >> how about that bradley. you don't want to know what's happening. >> don't forget to tune in tomorrow to the barracuda par 5 post game show following tomorrow's round for highlights and reaction from this year's final major. >>> not done yet. after the break a little soccer action. quakes hosting the rapids and niners didn't show much offense last night. you'll hear from their roo
. and charles, steve, you know, i've worked at the "washington post," i forgot cnn. i've worked at npr. i've worked at the hill. these guys are the best. i am truly grateful to have you as my colleague. so thank you very much. [applause] >> and i want to also say thank you to ed rogers, shannon green and sheldon greene, who are here tonight. you know, steve just touched on this briefly, but there was a moment back then when i thought my career was over, and i thought that, you know, a career that had taken many careers on 10 years to go to washington, and today many people thought we're going to a book signing but, you know, you're really here for a celebration but i don't know if it celebrations in those survivor tv shows, but this is what it feels like to me. hey, i, head back above the waves, i'm standing. and you can't get to that point without people who care about you, people who love you, and people who take aside and tell you when you're wrong and how to do with the situation and give you kathleen hicks only people entering tonight are my friends, especially those of you who are p
up to the microphone. >> how you doing? >> good. >> steve, two quickies, maybe one for you, mike, and maybe one you both can answer. i'm assuming maybe the whole festival might have been filmed and they trimmed it down to make the movie. if that was the case, because i bought the cd of the hendrix set, anyway that could will be found and put into a movie to see the hendrix set? and the second question, i heard the dead show gig there was a nightmare for them, they played horrible, and there was water on the stage and all that kind of stuff. i thought maybe you could comment on those two things. >> there was water on the stage, that's true. this new boxed set released of dvd of the film has a lot of unreleased footage. >> yeah, i think 18. there's 18 performances never before seen that are -- >> and it's very well done. eddie kramer went in and remixed everything; so that's pretty amazing. the dead did have a horrible time on stage. they had a great time off stage. [laughter] this had a lot to do with why they had a horrible time on stage. also, their sound man was a guy named sta
congressman, congressman steve king. [applause] ♪ >> thank you. thank you all very, very, very much. you're a great crowd tie. you ever a big crowd today, and there's still cars coming in the platte. -- in the parking lot. it looks about like iowa state, iowa instead of the straw poll. you're sending a message to america. that message is we have a first chance to be able to give a boost to some candidates and give a recommendation to the rest of the country. this matters the first in the nation straw po. if the straw poll is effective and it is, you ever making it effective today, that means the caucus will also be effective. if we ever lost first in the nation a caucus, then it would be down to every man and every woman wouldn't have the opportunity to be president of the united states again. it was the person with the deepest pockets. the campaign that could paint a shaking their hand and -- this is important. when i was a young boy, i remember asking my father, dad, could you be president? and he looked at me and said, i supposed if i wanted to be. i want that always to be the case. f
. this is the vice-president of locomotive packe-- >> my name is steve bruno, vice president of locomotive engineers and trains. everyone acknowledges that are if -- that our infrastructure is in great need. carry referred to falling behind the rest of the world. the investment now is 2.4% of gdp. europe invest 5%, and china invests 9%, three times that of the u.s. --lar's sit on the silence dollars sit on the sidelines while unemployment remained at record levels. infrastructure reinvestment creates jobs and careers the economy, but we need to finance it. for that, we need to rely on the private-sector. and a proper balance must be achieved. private funding must be used to supplement, not replied, current sources of funds and certain questions -- not replaced, current sources of funds and certain questions must be answered. who is liable if private entities encountered difficulties? where the long-term costs to the garment? when does it to pursue the private investors agenda? the leaders of our country certainly recognize that some projects will never produce a profit. bridges, highways, passenger
created by the very brands we just talked about. steve jobs is a unique blend of chromosomes that can really get in touch with how the real person uses technology. hollywood is in trouble economically. 3-d movies are not doing well right now. many households make less than $54,000 a year. they cannot afford 3-d. it would be interesting to bring it back if sony teamed up with google or disney or a content company that knows how to entertain and use navigation. i cannot find half of the things i hear about and i am in the business. i think those are the trends we will see. better experience and teaching people how to do it. >> we all touched on this a little bit. i do work in the video space. this may be a little self- serving. the concept of how we are consuming content, i am a voracious consumer of media. how we are all watching and consuming has changed without us noticing how quickly that has happened. i have not bought a newspaper in probably three years. i read probably five newspapers a day. i have not watched a television ad live in probably two or three years, but i know every
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